Industrial Ethernet training
Learn about Industrial Ethernet, the latest technological trend in factory and process automation.
Ethernet is the next generation of industrial networks which is now entering with the protocols EtherNet/IP, PROFINET IO and Modbus TCP the field device level.
Further developments of the product portfolio and a new way of field communication is going to change the tasks, you are facing in the future.
Follow the latest developments and learn about the new possibilities and advantages of Ethernet entering the field level in the Endress+Hauser Ethernet Technology training concept.
Ethernet is the next generation of industrial networks
The courses provides an understanding of the Ethernet technology for the factory automation and process automation industry.
The program enables you to understand the impact and possibilities of industrial Ethernet networks in the process industries.
Troubleshooting, Wireless Networks and Security are topics as well as network installation and commissioning.
This course program is designed for field system designers, integrators, programmers, service engineers and technicians.
Industrial Ethernet Training Basic Industrial Ethernet
You will learn with the help of actual hands-on tasks, how Ethernet networks works in general. The possibilities of Ethernet networks entering the field level are outlined.
Concerns regarding the security of Ethernet networks are discussed. From the practical hands-on tasks of wiring an own network cable to the planning and set up of an own network topology are part of the training.
Industrial Ethernet Training PROFINET
By becoming familiar with the PROFINET protocol you will learn about the advantages of PROFINET technology as well as procedures for troubleshooting.
At the end of the course you will be able to plan a PROFINET system and bring it into operation. The course focuses on the link between PROFINET and PROFIBUS PA as well as HART.
Industrial Ethernet Traning EtherNet/IP
At the end of the course you will be able to design and commission an EtherNet/IP network.
Actual hands-on tasks will help you to understand how the EtherNet/IP technology works in detail. You will understand the benefits of the technology and know the procedure for troubleshooting.